A 10-year-old girl who lost both legs to meningitis is one of the first children in Cumbria to get "blade runner" artificial limbs.
Olivia Story, who's from Carlisle, is now able to keep up with her school friends in the playground and has her sights set on going faster still, as Matthew Taylor found out.
A ten-year-old girl from Carlisle has become one of the first children in the UK to get "blade runner" artificial legs.
Olivia Story's dad says she's really looking forward to testing them out with her friends:
A ten-year-old girl who lost both legs to meningitis is one of the first children in the UK to get "blade runner" artificial legs.
Olivia Story from Carlisle is now able to keep up with her school friends thanks to the specially made prosthetic limbs. They are made of titanium and have been made by a company that normally only makes blades for adults.
There was excitement in Carlisle and plenty of high pitched squeals as Britain's Got Talent Winners Collabro were launching their debut album.
The boy group have only been together since January, and lots of fans turned out to catch a glimpse, with many who wanted to see Carlisle's Matt Pagan.
Lori Carnochan went along to the launch.
Collabro's Matthew Pagan from Carlisle said it was 'incredible' to be back home for the album launch.
He told Lori Carnochan was fans can expect of the new album.
Our reporter Lori Carnochan was lucky enough to get a photo with the Collabro boys at their album launch at HMV.
Collabro will be in Carlisle today, Monday 18 August, to officially launch their debut album, Stars.
The operatic boy band, who won Britain's Got Talent in June, will be meeting fans and signing copies of their new CD.
The band will also be kicking off their debut UK tour in the city in January.